Commentators for Premier League Matches On NBC Sports, Gameweek 3


NBC has announced the commentators for this weekend’s Premier League matches that will be shown on television and Internet across the United States.

Here’s the line-up:

Saturday, August 30:

Burnley vs Manchester United, 7:45am, NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra; Jim Proudfoot & Jim Beglin
Manchester City vs Stoke, 10am, NBCSN and NBC Sports Live Extra; Daniel Mann & Davie Provan
Newcastle vs Crystal Palace, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra and movie theaters; Gary Weaver & Brian Little
QPR vs Sunderland, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra; Tony Jones & Tony Gale
Swansea vs West Brom, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra; Jonathan Beck & Ray Houghton
West Ham vs Southampton, 10am, NBC Sports Live Extra; Gary Taphouse & Trevor Francis
Everton vs Chelsea, 12:30pm, NBC and mun2 and NBC Sports Live Extra; Arlo White & Lee Dixon

Sunday, August 31:

Spurs vs Liverpool, 8:30am, NBCSN and mun2 and NBC Sports Live Extra; Arlo White & Graeme Le Saux
Aston Villa vs Hull, 8:30am, NBC Sports Live Extra; Ian Crocker & Dean Sturridge
Leicester vs Arsenal, 11am, NBCSN and Telemundo and NBC Sports Live Extra; Peter Drury & Danny Mills

NBC Sports Group’s coverage of the 2014-15 Premier League season continues this Saturday beginning at 6:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN with Barclays Premier League Preview, followed by Premier League Live at 7 a.m. ET, and Burnley vs. Manchester United at 7:45 a.m. ET. The action continues throughout the day with Manchester City vs. Stoke City on NBCSN at 10 a.m. ET, and Everton vs. Chelsea at 12:30 p.m. ET on NBC. Following the Everton vs. Chelsea, Premier League Goal Zone will highlight the best plays and moments of the day at 2:30 p.m. on NBC.

Sunday’s Premier League action begins at 7:30 a.m. ET with Premier League Live on NBCSN followed by Tottenham vs. Liverpool at 8:30 a.m. ET. Premier League continues on NBCSN at 11 a.m. ET with Leicester City vs. Arsenal, followed by Premier League Goal Zone at 1 p.m. ET. Sunday’s Match of the Day begins at 1:30 p.m. on NBCSN.

Rebecca Lowe hosts Premier League Live and Premier League Goal Zone alongside former Jamaican National Team player Robbie Earle and former Premier League footballer Robbie Mustoe.

NBC’s lead Premier League play-by-play announcer Arlo White hosts Saturday’s Everton vs. Chelsea game alongside Lee Dixon.

On Monday at 6 p.m. ET, NBCSN presents a special two-hour Transfer Deadline Day Special hosted by Lowe, Mustoe and Earle, to discuss the latest player news as the Premier League transfer window closes.

6 thoughts on “Commentators for Premier League Matches On NBC Sports, Gameweek 3”

  1. Iain Crocker…..YUCK.
    His vocal inflection where every phrase ends with his voice going up instead of down drives me through a tree! He is unlistenable.

    Peter Drury: YUCK. Every second, every kick, every minute, every play, every player, every half, every game…are the most important, dramatic, vital, telling events in not just football, but in the history of the world.

    Trevor Francis: YAWN. Pay attention to every replay he “analyzes”. All he does is regurgitate exactly what you are watching. Nothing insightful at all on how the play developed.

    Danny Mills: Double YUCK. He sounds like he’s on the sideline with no mic yelling up to the gantry. And his verbal diarrhea only increases as the game goes on.
    He even managed to unsettle Jon Champion last week.

    Drury and Mills together: BEYOND YUCK. The sound will be muted.

    Arlo White twice: YUCK and YUCK. Let the game breathe a bit, Arlo. The guys in the studio have just spent 17 hours analyzing what may occur. Shut up, then just call the action.

    No Jon Champion: TOTAL YUCK. He is probably doing Arlo’s Sunday game.

    Proudfoot, Mann, Weaver, Jones, and Taphouse:

    Total grade for the week: C-.

        1. Hmmm… I don’t like some of the guys on TV today.
          Therefore I must like Gus Johnson.
          Um, er, uh, OK, whatever.
          And how about spendin 30 seconds on who you prefer to listen to?

      1. Thanks, Mark, I’m glad you never proposed.
        Instead of giving me a hard time, why don’t you give us an opinion on these guys?
        Would have added more to the convo.

  2. Is little bit harsh yu said ok proudfoot, tony jones,weaver,how can u listen those three guys the most pooring i have ever seen they add nothing to the game watch out proudfoot today when he calls the united game he is awfull&these days he gets more matches because only steve banyard is absent due to family matters, i agree jon champion is good, iam glad he is doing the spurs-liverbool match on sunday. And peter drury whether u like him or not he is legend but some times his comms are down little bit like monday night when he didn’t reacted the second goal but he is the voice of the premier league.

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